2020-10-26 - Majeed Ahmad

AMD acquiring Xilinx to boost data center offerings

AMD is reportedly acquiring FPGA design house Xilinx to boost its server and data center chip offerings.

2020-10-20 - Majeed Ahmad

10 basic terms for advanced IC packaging

Here is a brief synopsis of the 10 most common terms used in advanced IC packaging technologies.

2020-10-12 - Richard Quinnell

Advanced packaging could help solve chip I/O limitations

Advanced techniques such as FOWLP allow increased component density as well as boost performance and help solve chip I/O limitations.

2020-10-08 - Ravi Mahajan

Package and system designer collaboration will maximize system performance

Advanced packaging technologies improve performance of heterogeneously integrated IPs on package and help scale bandwidth between die-to-die links on package.

2020-09-28 - Keith Felton

A new approach to IC packaging design

IC packaging needs a new approach for design and verification at all levels to enable designers to manage processes in…

2020-09-21 - Gareth Kenyon

Heterogeneous integration enables advanced IC packaging

Heterogenous integration technology enables semiconductor device manufacturers to combine components into a single composite device with complex and advanced functionality

2020-09-04 - Susan Nordyk

FPGAs aid hardware acceleration for embedded designs

Fabricated on a 16-nm process node, Efinix Trion Titanium FPGAs incorporate the company’s Quantum fabric for compute acceleration, machine learning,…

2020-08-14 - Susan Nordyk

Low-power FPGAs deliver twice the I/O density

General-purpose FPGAs in Lattice’s Certus-NX family deliver twice the I/O density per mm2 compared to similar FPGAs in packages as…

2020-07-24 - Bill Schweber

Single-function analog ICs solve problems without giving headaches

There’s a need for single-function analog ICs to crisply solve specific problems...

2020-07-16 - Rajan Bedi

Scrubbing SRAM-based FPGAs to prevent the accumulation of SEUs

SRAM-based FPGAs are increasingly being used in-orbit, and if an essential bit is flipped, the consequences could be catastrophic.